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cover point

n
(Cricket) cricket
a. a fielding position in the covers
b. a fielder in this position
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Northants again lost wickets in the Powerplay as Adam Rossington slapped Brydon Carse to cover point before Josh Cobb pulled Matty Potts to deep-square.
Ben Curran, playing his first T20 of the season, skied an attempted drive against Fidel Edwards to cover point before Henry Brookes took two wickets from the Wilson End.
Hazratullah was caught at deep cover point for 34, Rahmat Shah got a leading edge to backward point and Gulbadin Naib burned a review after throwing his bat at a wide delivery and getting a slight nick behind.
Alex Hughes looked ready to dig in and survived for 16 overs until he drove loosely to cover point and Matt Critchley shared a stand of 56 in 18 overs before he was lbw to Gareth Harte.
Gameplay, like before, revolves around the cover system, where you basically move from cover point to cover point taking on waves of enemies with your favourite load out of guns, grenades and tech.
Peshawar had put Islamabad into bat and opener Luke Ronchi began aggressively by hitting Hasan Ali for a boundary off the first ball through cover point. The second ball too he edged wide of Sammy for another boundary.
Perhaps misuse of the constitution, led veteran diplomat Jamsheed Marker to say: 'charge against Liaquat [Ali Khan] was that he moved the Objectives Resolution, which declared Pakistan to be an 'Islamic state;''(Cover Point, p.
She uses Five Element constitutional acupuncture, so makes reference to it, but does not attempt to teach it, nor does she cover point location except in a few cases.
Having batted almost three hours for his 45, the former West Indies veteran steered a rearing delivery from Rikki Clarke toward cover point and pushed off looking for a risky single, Bohannon rightly sent him back but Chanderpaul lost the race as Burns ran in to whip off the bails.
Nick Selman gave cover point a simple catch from Procter's second ball, then Jack Murphy, shortly after being struck on the helmet, guided one from Buck to third slip.
David Lloyd did not last long, driving Neil Wagner forcefully square to cover point where Simon Harmer took a spectacular catch.
Bess, 55 not out having yet to face a ball in the morning session, was joined by Mark Wood who was quickly off the mark with a flashing four through cover point. That was as far as the Durham man got, though, before pushing tentatively at Mohammad Amir and edging to wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed.